Tag Archives: Reid Coolsaet

The Sunday Read: Run, drink, repeat

The beer mile comes of age The beer mile, once a rogue race to see who not only had the strongest legs and lungs but also stomachs, has gone mainstream. As Todd Balf documents in his feature for Outside (http://bit.ly/12BjUpW) … Continue reading

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Running, in the second person

One of the reasons why posts haven’t been so frequent on Sub-three lately is because, in addition to work and training for a half-marathon, I’ve been taking an online course on literary non-fiction technique from the University of Toronto, taught … Continue reading

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In which I run with an Olympian

When I heard the Halifax Running Club was hosting a run with Eric Gillis, a two-time Canadian Olympian, I knew I had to be there. It was time to test months of training. Gillis is a two-time gold medalist in … Continue reading

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The Sunday Read: Olympic dreams – and dollars

Another week, another Sunday Read. I apologize for all the long links this week. But the link shortening service I normally use, bitly, has become increasingly unreliable since they went to a subscription model; this week, after I inserted the … Continue reading

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